11/9/2007 4:07 PM ET
Harvey Araton attacks sports media for sexism: "Intentional or not, the sports news media remain a male domain of empowerment where the shocking tale of a 12-year-old girl sexually assaulted three ...
9/19/2007 3:12 PM ET
Why did the Times believe in the Duke rape hoax so long? "[David] Brooks' brand of conservatism - so moderate that he rooted for the Democrats to win control of Congress in 2006 - still put him ...
7/27/2007 5:15 PM ET
Coverage of problems in NBA, NFL and Major League Baseball textbook example of media business coverage.
7/25/2007 11:09 AM ET
Executive Editor Bill Keller says criticism of his paper's coverage of the Duke lacrosse case has "in some instances been unfair to the point of hysteria." But former Public Editor Daniel Okrent ...
7/25/2007 1:00 AM ET
Tuesday was a sad day for sports fans.
7/23/2007 10:46 AM ET
Faced with a black athlete as a suspect and an alleged rape victim who is white, the Times displays a concern for "racial overtones" totally absent in its shoddy coverage of the Duke lacrosse ...
7/13/2007 1:00 PM ET
No sexism among American Indian lacrosse players, just those from Duke?
5/25/2007 6:24 AM ET
Influential columnist Stuart Taylor targets the New York Times treatment of the Duke "rape" hoax.
5/21/2007 11:07 AM ET
Pete Thamel: "Thompson was quick to point out the complexities in the Duke case, which he predicted could be glossed over if the team were to make a run to the national championship. The Duke ...
4/30/2007 4:25 PM ET
The Times has yet to correct its false timeline of the incident, even while quoting the North Carolina Attorney General's report that shows it's wrong.